Blogs about Jazz

Blogs >

Jazz Team Blog

planning

What’s new in IBM Rational Team Concert 6.0.5

We’ve been busy working on three major themes in IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) 6.0.5 : Ease of Use: Make it super easy to create task boards or plan boards using both tag based and/or process based swim lanes with an all new RTC Quick Planner UI built from the ground up in REACT. Data Scalability:  […]

Quick Deployer 2.0 is available and now supports deployment to Windows

After several months of development, we’re very pleased to announce that IBM Quick Deployer version 2.0 is now available, free to download and use from Jazz.net under a “Non-warranted Program” license. IBM Quick Deployer is installation and deployment automation for IBM’s Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) and IoT Continuous Engineering (CE) Solutions 6.0.4, 6.0.3, 6.0.2, 6.0.1 […]

Next Generation Quick Planner – Tag based boards – Technical Preview

Imagine the challenges of rolling out a new agile planning tool to thousands of developers. Or to onboard new developers quickly in your agile and lean teams. Imagine the productivity gain with quick and effective scrums and easy triaging of defects. Imagine being on top of your personal work schedule, always … When we brainstormed […]

What’s New in IBM Rational Team Concert 6.0?

In IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) 6.0 we have simplified the user experience while adding advanced capabilities. Let’s start with making things easier and more flexible for developers. Easy agile your way: IBM Rational Team Concert Quick Planner 6.0 I recently gave a brief keynote talk at the SCRUM Alliance in Phoenix about “Agile your […]

Our journey toward adoption of SAFe

Tags: , ,

This is the fifth installment in our blog series describing the transformation of our internal ALM development organization toward a Continuous Delivery model. The previous post was Planning & Execution from Prototype to Practice. In this series, we describe the motivations behind adoption of a Continuous Delivery model and the many challenges we faced as we […]

DevOps Culture – Enabling continuous improvement with IBM’s DevOps Maturity Model and Rational Team Concert

In my last post about retrospectives I discussed the way we have been tracking pain points and associated improvement actions to address those pain points. In this post I want to discuss how we’ve taken this even further by using Rational Team Concert to help track our continuous improvement and how we’re using IBM’s DevOps Maturity Model. […]

Planning & Execution from Prototype to Practice

Tags: , ,

This is the fourth installment in our blog series describing the transformation of our internal ALM development organization toward a Continuous Delivery model. The previous post was From ‘use what we sell’ to ‘practice what we preach.’ In this series, we describe the motivations behind adoption of a Continuous Delivery model and the many challenges we […]

From ‘use what we sell’ to ‘practice what we preach’

Tags: , ,

This is part three in our blog series describing the transformation of our internal ALM development organization toward a Continuous Delivery model. The previous post in this series was How does Rational ‘do Continuous Delivery?’ In this series, we describe the motivations behind adoption of a Continuous Delivery model and the many challenges we faced as […]

How does Rational ‘do Continuous Delivery?’

Tags: , ,

This is part two in our blog series describing the transformation of our internal ALM development organization toward a Continuous Delivery model. The previous post was Walking the talk – Our journey to Continuous Delivery. In this series, we describe the motivations behind adoption of a Continuous Delivery model and the many challenges we faced as […]

Walking the talk – Our journey to Continuous Delivery

Tags: , ,

Introduction This is the first in a series of blogs describing the transformation of our internal ALM development organization toward a Continuous Delivery model. In this series, we describe the motivations behind adoption of a Continuous Delivery model and the many challenges we faced as we embarked on this transformation from both the planning and […]

Older Posts >